Andrew Shovlin has revealed Mercedes’ view regarding the recent rear wing controversy.
- The Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has admitted that they will protest Mercedes’ rear wing with “score marks”.
- Shovlin assures that Mercedes will not change its approach to adjusting rear wings.
What he had to say:
- “Well, we’ve had a look at it [the rear wing] and there are no score marks. So, we’re not quite sure what that is, but it seems to be a bit of a story that’s not going away,” Shovlin told Sky Sports.
- “From our point of view, we’re absolutely happy with what we’ve got on the car. We’ve invited the FIA to look at it as much as they want. They don’t have any issue with what we’ve got and we go to every circuit, we look at what the fastest wing we have is, and that’s the one that we’ll bolt to the car and that’s what we’ll keep doing.”
- “We’ll work out what’s fastest, we’ll stick it on the car and will not take advice from another team.”